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    Device part number required for Wii mother board

    could anyone help me to identify the part number (and supplier) of thse devices on the Wii motherboard ? Plz refer to the photo, the devices are labelled as U5, U9, U10. Find the U5 marked as H8DC and U0/U10 as JKOC. i guess it may be 3.3v requlator or something else; but don't know the suppliers and the related part numbers.
    Any advice and help would be highly appreciated.


    Last edited by billyhome; 04-28-2010 at 07:21 AM.

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    Moved to "General Wii Talk," as homebrew/hack issues didn't seem the proper place for this (I'm not sure what category is, but this one will do).

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    thanks for the advice and move.

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    No problem... wanted it in a more appropriate place and this one seems to fit the bill. If you get no answer and discover a more suitable location this should be moved to, you can PM me. Only for that issue though

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    bump ........ with enlarged picture of the devices .
    any idea would be appreciated !
    Last edited by billyhome; 04-28-2010 at 07:58 PM.

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    Moved to Wii Learning Center section upon request (technically, I suppose it can go here).

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    Moved to lounge (unrequested) in last move attempt to get this user assistance.

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    When I saw this I immediately thought of the power regulator that had fried in my XBOX. I fixed it with a part bought from llama... It is not the same part as the one for the XBOX had 3 pins. But it does look like it could be a power regulator. If you are interested the part is MMBT3906.

    Llama seems to be pretty knowledgeable with the XBOX. Maybe they could help with the Wii? Just a thought. As I said that is not the correct part but maybe it can set you on the right path.

    -Syco54645

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